Jacksons Bakery has extended its range with the launch of Proper Yorkshire Muffins.The soft white muffins are described as being made with locally sourced Yorkshire butter and baked using dough that has been “slowly fermented for a deliciously-rich flavour”. They also contain dried rye sourdough. Rolling out exclusively to Waitrose now, they join the Jacksons baked goods range that includes bloomer loaves and rolls. The launch comes six months after another Waitrose-exclusive Jacksons roll-out, hot cross buns infused with tea.The muffins are also free of palm oil, as are all Jacksons’ products after the William Jackson Food Group business last year removed the ingredient from across its range.“We thought very carefully about how to broaden the Jacksons range, and with the focus well and truly on our Yorkshire roots our new muffins won’t disappoint with their generous size. They’re great filled with egg and bacon,” said Jacksons marketing manager Deborah Dyson.Last month it was revealed that Jacksons will supply Co-op with own-label bread after Allied failed to agree commercial terms with the retailer. Hull-based Jacksons will manufacture bread for the retailer from next spring, while distribution of the own-label products will be handled by Warburtons.
Sterling, 20, has been the subject of two failed bids from Manchester City this summer, believed to have been worth up to £30million and £40million. The player, who has two years remaining on his contract at Anfield, rejected an offer of a new £100,000-per-week deal earlier this year. It is understood that Sterling spoke to manager Brendan Rodgers this week and informed him that he did not want to travel on the pre-season tour. Rodgers and his squad are due to fly out on Sunday ahead of their first friendly against a Thai All Stars side in Bangkok next Tuesday. Since reports of Sterling’s tour request emerged, a mobile phone number purportedly of the player’s has been posted online with disgruntled fans encouraged to use it to send abusive messages. The club have not commented on whether the number is genuine. The Sterling saga is becoming increasingly acrimonious with the player seemingly intent on forcing through a move. City have maintained a silence on the issue but it is claimed they could be preparing another bid of around £50million. Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher believes the way the whole affair is playing out could be causing long-lasting damage to Sterling’s standing. “He’s starting to get a reputation that could be hard to rid himself of in the future,” Carragher wrote on www.kicca.com. “Are Man City fans looking at the situation and thinking this could be us in a few years? “I think this situation will only make Liverpool more determined to get the fee they feel Raheem is worth rather than caving in to Raheem’s and Man City’s wishes.” Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling did not report for training on Wednesday citing illness, Press Association Sport understands. Press Association The development comes following reports that the unsettled England international requested not to participate in the club’s pre-season tour of the Far East and Australia. Liverpool began pre-season training this week but it is believed Sterling telephoned on Wednesday morning to say that he was unwell. The club have not commented on the situation.
A Port St. Lucie man who is accused of attacking and robbing an 80-year-old man in a home invasion drove himself to jail in the victim’s stolen jeep.On Wednesday, police released surveillance photographs of the suspect on social media.Police arrested 40-year-0ld James Simpson on Thursday when he decided to drive himself to the jail in the vehicle he told after seeing himself on the news and social media.Simpson attacked the elderly man in his home and stole his credit cards, and the victim’s Jeep Wrangler.Port St. Lucie police Sgt. Lisa Marie Carrasquillo said a neighbor found the victim lying on the floor of his home Tuesday and called 911.Simpson is facing multiple charges, including attempted murder, aggravated battery on a person 65 or older and home-invasion robbery Port St. Lucie Police DepartmentPolice say James Simpson drove himself to jail in this Jeep Wrangler that was stolen during a home invasion in Port St. Lucie.
When the Section III large-school fall tournament tees off next Wednesday morning at Radisson, Fayetteville-Manlius will enter in top form, fresh off a record-setting performance that also clinched the Salt City Athletic Conference Metro division regular-season championship.It’s safe to say that the Hornets reached a peak in Friday’s match against West Genesee at Woodcrest, seven golfers shooting a cumulative one over par during a 176-198 victory over the Wildcats.A win was needed to make sure F-M stayed ahead of Baldwinsville in the final league standings, and it got there by breaking the team-low mark of 179 it set against Cicero-North Syracuse Blue on Aug. 23. Tags: Boys golfCBAESMF-MJ-D Enzo Abruzzese was the standout, posting a three-under-par 33 to top the 34 shot by Adam Butch and the 35 by Mike Millimaci. Then Andrew Heyman and Matt LaCombe both shot 37, meaning that 39s from Velton Perry and Jack Sommers were not even needed.After a week’s rest, F-M returned to action last Thursday, at Liverpool, where it handled the Warriors 193-203 with another display of consistency.Perry and Heyman both shot 38 at Liverpool Country Club, behind the 37 from Liverpool’s Dylan Husted. Then Butch, Millimaci and LaCombe each posted 39, which only the Warriors’ Spencer Baum could match. Heading into the sectional tournament, Jamesville-DeWitt was one of the favorites in Class A, nearly making it through the entire regular season without a defeat.The Red Rams were finally topped last Wednesday afternoon in a three-team battle with Auburn and Central Square on the Maroons’ home course at Highland.J-D beat the Redhawks 207-219, but lost to Auburn, who posted 201 as Ross Burgmaster led them with a 37. All of the Maroons’ top golfers shot 43 or lower.Peter Hatton, with a 38, had the Rams’ lone sub-40 total. Punn Chittaratlert and Tyler Brang both posted 41 as Tanner Burns shot 43 and Essex Glowaki had a 44.The schedule was to allow for immediate revenge since J-D and Auburn would face East Syracuse Minoa’s pair of teams Thursday at the Links at Erie Village, but that got rained out.Back on Tuesday, J-D had roared past Syracuse City 194-237 at Drumlins, led by a 32 from Chittaratlert and a 33 from Hatton. Ian Delpha got a 42 as Matt Radford shot a 43 and Cooper Werner finished with a 44.ESM faced Fulton last Tuesday at Battle Island, with ESM Blue winning at 208 to the Red Raiders’ 227. David Griffith shot a 37, with Joe Pacheco and Dan Sitnik each posting 39. Owen White and Zach Johnson both finished at 46 as Colin Decker (49) and Logan Welch (50) had the best scores for ESM Orange, who finished at 263.At Willowbrook a day later, ESM met Cortland, with Blue falling 207-234 to the Purple Tigers as Orange shot 272. Pacheco and Sitnik each shot 43, but four Cortland golfers had that score or lower, led by a 36 from Andrew Partigianoni. White shot 48 and Johnson had a 49 as Aaron Reynolds led ESM Orange with a 51.At Rogues Roost on Tuesday, Christian Brothers Academy has its turn in the small-school version of the fall sectional tournament, having cooled off following a hot start in early September.CBA lost, 218-224, to Skaneateles last Tuesday, with Joe Nicholson shooting a 44 at Skaneateles Country Club, six behind the 38 by the Lakers’ Tynan Jones.The rest of the scores proved even as Jack MacLachlan, James Stanton and Mike Santoro each shot 45 for CBA, but Shawn Luce (43), Drew Henderson (44), Tyson DiRubbo (45) and Will Cowden (48) helped Skaneateles stay in front.Ending its skid on Wednesday, CBA beat Tully 202-225 as Nicholson and Stanton both finished at 38 and Ryan McLoughlin added a 39. Jack McLaughlin had a 43 and Angelo shot 44.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story